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Random information on the term “Get-up-and-go”:
Mooncat was a puppet character who, as his name suggests, was a cat from the moon. He appeared on ITV from 1981 to 1985 in the series Get Up and Go! and the follow-up Mooncat and Co produced by Yorkshire Television.
Mooncat was designed, operated and voiced by David Claridge, who went on to create, voice and operate Roland Rat.
Get Up And Go! was presented by Beryl Reid and Stephen Boxer. The series revolved around Mooncat learning about life on Earth. Subjects covered included shapes, movement, being careful and taking turns.
The format regularly included Reid and Boxer explaining an everyday subject to Mooncat and looking at a film about it on his Moon Machine through either the round, square or triangle screen. Then there would be a story about Billie, a little girl who had toys which came to life – these were Woodley a dog (presumably real), Monkey, Mrs Pinkerton-Trunks an elephant and Mr Milford Haven, a lion. This was usually narrated by Reid but occasionally by Boxer who accompanied the story with dramatic piano riffs in the style of an old black-and-white movie.